AEP signs contract with Peace Software

“We chose Peace Software’s Energy system because of its technological and functional capabilities in the emerging competitive retail market,” said Robert Goumaz, managing director of customer care for AEP. “Further, we believe Peace Software will be a leading supplier of customer management systems for the deregulated energy market, and we intend to leverage their experience and commitment in creating cost effective and highly flexible environments for our customers.”

The United Telecom Council has recently updated the name and mission of one of its Technical Divisions to improve information, technical guidance and support to members evaluating automation solutions. WASHINGTON, DC, Dec. 7, 2000–The United Telecom Council (UTC), a global trade association for utilities, pipelines, and other critical infrastructure companies, has recently updated the name and mission of one of its Technical Divisions to better provide information, technical guidance, and support to members evaluating and adopting technological innovations in automation.

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